Reynolda Stories

My Reynolda Story

Mac: Ghost Stories

I don't know why it is that so many people think that a large house has a ghost in it. But almost everyone thinks that if you go into a mansion of some sort or a large home, that you're going to...

My Reynolda Story

Sarah: Chairs

In the early 80's, my 19-year-old stepdaughter, who was a Long Island, NY native made her first visit to Winston-Salem. Her Dad and I took her to Reynolda House. As we expected, she was bowled over...

My Reynolda Story

Nancy: Many Moments

My Reynolda Moment is many. Starting with a farm/village tour in fall 2013 with Phil Archer and extending to the American Discovery course, docent training and of course the fantastic Elizabeth...

My Reynolda Story

Molly: Lifelong Memories

As a life-long resident of the greater Winston-Salem area, I have many, many memories of Reynolda, from childhood picnics in the front lawn to now walking the trails with my husband, son, and dog....

My Reynolda Story

Susan: It Was Perfect

I would like to share a story with one young man that I had, he about 7 years old with special needs. He was totally blind.

My Reynolda Story

Lynn: Poetry Class

When I moved to Winston-Salem 20 years ago, one of the first things that I did was take a poetry class. It was held in the rotunda room, overlooking the background of Reynolda and I thought it was...